Empire Of The Sun announce new album Two Vines
Pop experimentalists Empire Of The Sun have announced details of their new album, which is to be titled Two Vines.
The album is the duo's third and the follow-up to 2013's Ice On The Dune. It will be released on October 28th and will be available to pre-order on hmv.com in the coming days.
The first single from the LP, which is titled 'High And Low', is available to hear by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking. You can see the album's cover below:
The album features contributions from Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham, Wendy Melvoin, who was part of Prince’s band the Revolution) and David Bowie’s Blackstar band members Henry Hey and Tim Lefebvre.
Two Vines has been produced by the band and Peter Mayes, best known for his work with The Killers and Sia.
Speaking about the album, Empire Of The Sun's Nicholas Littlemore said: "There was an image we talked about very early on with this record, before we wrote the title track, Two Vines, and that was this image of a modern city overtaken by jungle, almost like mother nature taking back the planet. All the buildings will turn back to sand. All it will be is nature again. We wanted to make something that reflected the beauty of that.”
The tracklisting for Two Vines is as follows:
'High And Low'
'There’s No Need'
'Way to Go'
'To Her Door'